A Survey on the Medical Use of Cannabis in Europe: A Position Paper

Conclusion: The use of medical cannabis in Europe seems to be restricted mostly to the use of the cannabis extract, nabiximol. There is only limited use of the cannabis plant as such for medical purposes, possibly indicating a different scenario in Europe as compared to the USA.Position Statement: EUFAS as an umbrella association of European addiction societies stresses the need for further studies on the efficacy of medical cannabis and warrants for possible dangers associated with the increasing popularity of medical cannabis. We need regulations at European level concerning registration and medical indications, development of uniform compounds and strength of products, and rules concerning sales and marketing.Eur Addict Res 2018;24:201 –205
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